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MIR Graduates, have excellent career prospects and will be ready to access companies in the context of:
- Offshore industry and related, mainly in the inspection and ongoing maintenance area. ROV Pilot Technicians and Supervisors will continue to be a strong demanded job.
- Oceanographic research institutions around the world are in search of engineers with the capability to interact with scientists on the development and operation of new underwater robotic systems.
- Search and rescue activities, in very different scenarios (defence, emergency companies, etc.), are also requiring this new underwater technology and people able to manage it.
- Offshore renewable operations (wave and wind energy): systems for infrastructures inspection, commissioning, and decommissioning
- Ocean farming: systems for infrastructures inspection, commissioning, and decommissioning
- Oil and gas surveying: systems for the automation of geotechnical surveys
- Security and surveillance (harbours, critical infrastructures, and marine reserves): cooperative systems for environment mapping, acoustic and visual surveillance, and intruder detection.
- Pollutants detection, monitoring, and containment: cooperative systems to assess the spatial and temporal evolution of pollutant spills and, in the case of hydrocarbons, for spill containment.
- Large scale environmental and seabed mapping for living and non-living resources assessment: heterogeneous cooperative systems equipped with complementary sensor suites for efficient underwater mapping.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an area of strategic importance and a key driver of economic development. In parallel, the blue economy is consistently growing, currently creating jobs for over 3.5 million people. The sector is predicted to double by 2030.